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Domestic architecture : being a series of designs for mansions, villas, rectory houses, parsonage houses, bailiffs' lodge, gardener's lodge, game-keeper's lodge, park gate lodges, etc. in the Grecian, Italian, and old English styles of architecture : with observations on the appropriate choice of site : the whole designed with strict reference to the practicability of erection, and with due attention to the important consideration of uniting elegance, convenience and domestic comfort with economy : with accurate estimates appended to each design

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